The workshops were open for business Saturday and Sunday. As well as an array of small lanterns, there are some large, ambitious constructions this year. One family came in to continue work on their koi carp. They came with flasks … Continue reading
The Faculty of Social Sciences & Health has available a number of prestigious Durham Doctoral Studentships for new, high-calibre PhD students who will be commencing their studies within the Faculty in October 2012. Full details about the scheme are available here, and … Continue reading
The 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bioethics + Humanities (ASBH), “Representing Bioethics,” will take place October 18-21, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The call for papers is now open and abstracts will … Continue reading
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Tonight’s post is from Tilery residents Corrie, Janette and Zana. They’ve been involved in every lanterns event and are stalwarts of the workshops – making and helping others to make. It includes contributions from other workshop participants. I woke up … Continue reading
Workshops have been underway since last Saturday and there is a room in school filled with lanterns waiting to be covered with tissue paper. The first day was given over to families. In true Tilery Primary School fashion, there was … Continue reading
Ian Williams’ article, Graphic Medicine: Comics as Medical Narrative has just been published in the BMJ’s Medical Humanities journal. Williams is an independent general practitioner, a comics artist (under the nom de plume Thom Ferrier) and editor of GraphicMedicine.org. The … Continue reading
Medicine Unboxed is an NHS project which describes a view of medicine which, whilst scientifically informed and technically good, is not reduced to the mechanical but elaborated by the arts and philosophy to a wider understanding of humanity, illness and … Continue reading